Flowertown Players

The mission of The Flowertown Players, Inc., is to produce and present quality community theater, to encourage and promote educational and literary performing arts projects for all segments of the tri-county population, and to provide a venue for thespians, artists, technicians, and other creative people to practice their crafts. The Theatre on the Square in downtown Summerville was built in 1935 and flourished as a movie house until the early 1960s. Established in 1976, The Flowertown Players bought and renovated the 209-seat theatre. With state-of-the-art lighting and sound equipment and special facilities specifically for the disabled, the James F. Dean Community Theatre is listed as part of the Historic District in the National Register of Historic Districts. Since 1976, The Flowertown Players has been the only theatre company in Summerville and the only continuously running community theatre in Dorchester County.

Tickets: 

Box Office Phone: (843) 875-9251 http://www.flowertownplayers.org/shows

Address: 

The James F. Dean Theatre 133 S. Main Street Summerville, SC 29483

 

Phone: 

(843) 875-9251
 
 

Upcoming Shows for Flowertown Players

Start Date: Apr 6 2018 - 8:00pm

April 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, & 21 @ 8PM April 8, 15, & 22 @ 3PM Book by Hugh Wheeler, Music by Stephen Sondheim Directed by David McLaughlin The infamous tale of revenge and love follows exiled barber, Sweeney Todd, as he makes his way back to London seeking vengeance against the judge who took his wife and framed him. In a room above a failing pie shop he opens his new barber shop and Todd's thirst for blood inspires a new culinary adventure for pie shop owner, Mrs. Lovett.

Start Date: May 3 2018 - 8:00pm

Two Plays. Two Casts. Two Weekends. Come join us for rap battles, slapstick, and thought provoking commentary. Each play is sold separately. Come for one or both.

Start Date: Jul 19 2018 - 8:00pm

Viola and twin brother Sebastian are shipwrecked in the sea town of Illyria. Fearful that her brother has perished, Viola disguises herself as a man to enter into the service of Duke Orsino. His love for Countess Olivia is soon discredited as the Countess has set her eyes on Viola. Hilarity ensues as Viola attempts to block the Countess’s advances and get closer to her true love, Duke Orsino.